Thursday, October 16, 2014

The First Chill

This weekend we finally got some cold weather in, we even had some rainstorms that knocked some of our neighbors' fences around our alley.  Everyone in our house woke up early on Saturday for various reasons: my husband had an early morning flight, our oldest was taking his SAT's, the youngest one had a Boy Scouts project and I was the driver for the last two.  I knew I wouldn't really be seen in public since I could do all my drop offs and pick ups from the car, so I wore my faux-workout clothes. The one person that did see me was the barista at Starbucks.
Sweatshirt: Alternative Earth; Sunglasses: Cynthia Rowley; Earrings: Blue Nile; Necklace: BaubleBar
The sweatshirt is a relic from my days in Pilates (a year ago) when I won it in a random drawing.  I bet they are thrilled that I walk around with my big butt as an advertisement for their gym. The back (that I didn't photograph) even says: Body by Pilates, which I'm sure made them cringe even last year when I was in the best shape of my 30s!  Unfortunately, the 50% discount I was getting from taking some continuing education classes expired when my time as a student did and while we were swallowing the $150/month fees while we could, there was no way to justify $300/month for Pilates classes when my husband's gym fees are $18/month.  No more Pilates for me. :(
Essential Leggings: Lou & Grey for LOFT; Running Shoes (ha!): Asics
These are new leggings from Lou & Grey for Loft.  I bought them when they were on sale during the September sales in both the grey seen here and in black.  I wasn't sure what to expect since I normally don't buy leggings and the last time I had bought a pair was nearly two years ago when I bought the ones seen here.  However, these were on sale for $14 so I didn't pass up the opportunity to replace my old pair and get a different color.  These are really thick and stretchy, which I love because I still have nightmares about see-through leggings while working out.

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